GreNo West: The resident of Fusion Homes, a residential society in GreNo West are miffed with encroachment in the market of their society. There are six unauthorised kiosks in the commercial market of Fusion Homes that stand in the right of way in the market and the residents and shopkeepers aren't happy about it.
Earlier, the residents of the society raised the issue of encroachment with the GreNo Authority, which in response, ordered to close down the kiosks in question. However still, those movable kiosks have stand in the market, closed. They have not been removed.
The residents complain that they are facing problems while commuting and passing through the market as these unauthorised kiosks block the way.
Arun Awasthi, a resident of fusion homes says, “The shopkeepers rented out these kiosks to some people, which were shut down by the authority. But these kiosks still stand there blocking the way.”
Alok Tiwari, another resident of Fusion Homes says, “There are two cycle shops in the market. Their working area and related material spreads outside the shop and there are many flexes and signboards scattered in the market, which leaves no space to walk comfortably."
He continues, "There are shopkeepers who own their shop but not the space in front of them. Then how can they rent out that space? They let the vendors set up kiosks in the open space in the market which isn't done.”
Shyam Shrivastava, another resident of Fusion Homes says, “Kiosks are illegal and they should be removed. Even though some kiosks have been closed down, there are still many stalls there which trouble us."